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    Compiled code in PHP5?

    A friend said to me that he had read somewhere that PHP5 has a feature where you can compile your code just like in Java... I'm having hard time beliving that.
    I tryed searching on Google but I found nothing...

    Anyone knows what my friend was talking about...

    Thanks!

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    'accelerator' is the key word: http://www.zend.com/store/products/a...w-it-works.php explains how it works

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    He's probably talking about encoding, Zend Encoder or Ioncube Encoder. www.zend.com and www.ioncube.com are where you want to look. Accellerator doesn't do anything related to compiling that the core Zend Engine doesn't do itself. The only thing Accellerator adds in is caching, which btw should have been added into the core Zend Engine to begin with. Another marketing scheme to make money...
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    Take a look at Turck MMcache. I used to use it in the PHP4.x days. I think it now works in PHP5.

    http://turck-mmcache.sourceforge.net/

    I haven't tested it on PHP5. I will compile it on the office server at some point and see how it fairs with our development projects before developing it on the main server we have. I found the PHP4 version to be very good

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    The company I work for uses Turck MMCache for all its hosting servers; it's just as good as any of the commercial ones.


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